Why central banks must change before the next crisis hits

By Peter Dietsch

Our recent book Do Central Banks Serve the People? sheds a critical light on the actions of central banks in the wake of the 2007 financial crisis. Using the US Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, and the Bank of England as examples, we show how they … Read More

Are Chief Executives Overpaid?

By Deborah Hargreaves

Ten years on from the banking crisis that nearly broke the western economy, we could finally be approaching a new capitalist ethos.

When you have Goldman Sachs’ former chief economist writing in the Guardian that businesses need to rediscover purpose, as well as profit, a change … Read More

AngloArabia: Why Gulf Wealth Matters to Britain

By David Wearing

The world’s worst humanitarian catastrophe is currently unfolding in Yemen, and it’s far from a natural disaster. Around three-quarters of the Yemeni population is now dependent on humanitarian aid, while 7 million teeter on the brink of outright starvation. This comes largely as the result of a … Read More